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Online Ordering Helps Bullritos Get Mobile
Online Ordering Helps Bullritos Get Mobile

August 20, 2012 4:45PM
Bullritos Releases Mobile Ordering App to Google Play -- Burrito Franchise Makes On-the-Go Ordering Easier

Bullritos, the Houston-based, quick-casual burrito joint is making ordering tasty burritos, bowls, nachos and tacos easier than ever by through their mobile ordering app available on Google Play.

OLO Online Ordering (OLO), the mobile app development company for Bullritos, anticipates great success based on the accomplishments of Bullritos' iPhone app that was released in June.

6.4 percent of sales derived from the Bullritos' mobile app in July, just trailing the percentage of web orders, which was 6.5 percent.

Hungry patrons can have the fresh, never-frozen ingredients right at their fingertips by simply downloading the app to view and order from the restaurant's full menu. Users can skip the line and get straight to the food by using the app's special features, including the ability to save and repeat orders, pay securely with a credit card and set a date and time for pick-up.

"We're always working on new ways to fulfill our patrons' needs here at Bullritos," said Director of Marketing Heather McKeon. "We pride ourselves on serving up fresh ingredients quickly, and our iPhone app has received great feedback from our fast-paced fans. I'm excited to see what our Google Play release can do for our Android-owning patrons."

About Bullritos

Brought to you by the Gringo's Mexican Kitchen group, Bullritos® is a quick-casual, family-friendly burrito joint serving bag 'n' go burritos (bullritos), bowls and tacos. All Bullritos menu items are made with the highest quality, fresh – never frozen – ingredients and prepared daily. There are currently 18 franchise locations throughout Texas, Louisiana and Georgia. Bullritos is committed to providing the highest-quality burrito possible with a no-bull approach on value and taste satisfaction. For more information, visit or follow Bullritos at and for up-to-date tips, deals and news.

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